||or, the rudiments of the English tongue. In four parts. Part I. Treats of letters in general , their Origin, their Division into Vowels, Consonants, Diphthongs, Triphthongs, and their various Use, &c. Part II. Treats of syllables and their division in spelling , &c. Of Notes and Marks belonging to Syllables, with their Use; and of Points and Stops. Part III. Treats of words, or parts of speech , with the Accidents to each Part, in a practical and useful Method. Part IV. Treats of sentences or syntax , with proper Examples to each Rule in Concord and Government, explaining fully the Use of both, and Remarks upon each Rule for the Help of the Learner. And for a further Assistance to Teachers, &c fit Interrogatories are annex'd under each Head to examine Children by. With an Appendix of the Lord's Prayer by way of Question and Answer for Exercise. By Samuel Saxon . Sloth sits and censures what the Industrious teach: Foxes despise the Grapes they cannot reach.
||D. Henry; and sold by Mr. Brown , at the Black Swan, without Temple Bar ; Mr. Hazard , at the Bible, in Stationers Court ; Mr. Marshal, at the Bible, in Newgate-Street, London; by Mr. Blackman, Bookseller in the Fisher-Row, Reading; by Mr. Pote, Bookseller at Windsor; by Mr. Elliot at Newbury; and by the author at the Free-School at Wokingham